While Donald Trump’s upcoming inauguration has empowered his supporters — whom many commentators say were ignored by the Democratic party — many liberal voters are feeling extremely nervous and anxious. The latter group — surprise, surprise— contains many Jewish celebrities. Barbra Streisand, for instance, who vocally supported Hillary Clinton throughout the presidential campaign.
Fanny Brice, the comedienne and songstress immortalized by Barbra Streisand in “Funny Girl,” would have been 125 years old today.
Rachel Bloom won hearts this past year with “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” the comic musical CW show she created and stars in. In advance of Friday’s Season 2 premier, she sat down with Billboard’s Danielle Bacher to dish on her favorite musicians, first slow dance, and more. Here are 6 of the coolest things she revealed.
We gathered up some of the funniest, sauciest and wisest dating advice from a few of our favorite moms in pop culture.
A long-planned performing arts center at Ground Zero is finally in the works, with Barbra Streisand as the chairwoman of its board.
Barbra Streisand has done it again: her new album “Encores: Movie Partners Sing Broadway,” debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200.
Streisand stopped by “The Tonight Show” to deliver a musical Trump takedown.
Barbra Streisand duets with Hugh Jackman, Melissa McCarthy, Chris Pine and Anne Hathaway on her new album “Encore.” The results are decidedly mixed, though an improvement over her last album.
In a recent interview the Jewish singer revealed some fascinating facts, such as how to really pronounce her name and the eerie thing that Judy Garland told her just years before her death.
Barbra Streisand recently said that if she had ever had a nose job, she never would have had a singing career. However, I didn’t have the wherewithall to resist the prodding of others.